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Day by Day Current Affairs (November 05 2019) | MCQs for CSS, PMS

Day by Day Current Affairs (November 05 2019) | MCQs for CSS, PMS
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

November 05, 2019: National Current Affairs

1. $1.2bn penalty waived as Karkey dispute resolved

• Prime Minister Imran Khan has revealed that Pakistan and Turkey have resolved the dispute involving Karkey a Turkish ship-mounted power plant saving the former from$1.2bnpenaltyimposed on it by the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
• In a message on Twitter, PM Khan said the dispute was resolved with the help of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
• `PTI government with the help of President Erdogan, has amicably resolved the Karkey dispute and saved Pakistan from $1.2 billion penalty imposed by the ICSID,` read the tweet.
• In another such message, Mr Khan said: `I want to congratulate the government team for doing an excellent job in achieving this.
• It has been learnt that $1.2 billion was the total amount of penalty against Pakistan, but after the waiver Pakistan has to pay nothing in the case

2. PM launches ambitious scholarship scheme for talented youth

• Prime Minister Imran Khan said on November 4, 2019 that the `Ehsaas Undergraduate Scholarship` programme would drive the country`s poor and talented youth to achieve excellence.
• The prime minister lauded the efforts of his special assistant and Ehsaas programme chairperson Dr Sania Nishtar for introducing the initiative, under which a total of 200,000 scholarships (50,000 per year) are to be awarded to needy students over the next four years. He elaborated that due to unemployment, the talented and intelligent youth of the country were developing intolerance and a tendency toward negative practices; however, this scholarship programme would help deserving students divert their energies toward positivity.

3. Policy talks begin with IMF

• Pakistan and the visiting staff mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on November 4, 2019 started policy level talks for disbursement of second tranche of about $453 million early next month under the $6 billion Extended Fund Facility (E FF) finalise d in May this year.
• A senior government official told Dawn that Secretary Finance Naveed Kamran Baloch and Governor State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Dr Reza Baqir began the policy discussions with the fund led by its Mission Chief to Pakistan Ernesto Ramirez-Rigo. Prime Minister`s Adviser on Finance and Revenue Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh is expected to join the negotiations on Wednesday (November 6) for the concluding round, he added.
• Sources said the venue of the negotiations was moved out of the Ministry of Finance to a local hotel where the members of mission were staying due to a precautionary advisory to the staff mission. Both sides were unable to meet the media, saying the press would be contacted at the conclusion of the talks.

4. Industrial, Economic Zones to be established in GB under CPEC

• Industrial and Economics Zones would be established in Gilgit-Baltistan under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project to uplift the area and bring it at par with developed parts of the country. Due to tax exemptions, the zones would be more beneficial for the whole country especially locals.
• Work on the Babusar top tunnel would be started during next financial year, adding the federal government was determined to remove the 72 years deprivation of the local people.
• Despite financial crunch, the Gilgit Baltistan had been provided development funds. Commenting on new water reservoirs, he expressed the hope that Diamer-Bhasha Dam would bring prosperity in the area. Besides, the government has allocated Rs 400 million for construction of 250-bed hospital in Skardu to provide best health facilities to local people. 50-bed cardiac hospital Phase-I was under construction at Gilgit Baltistan with the cost of Rs1.5 billion. While, Rs 300 million have been allocated in the current Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for completion of the cardiac hospital.

5. Punjab lifts ban on flour supply to KP

• The Punjab government has lifted ban on the supply of flour to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).
• A decision to the effect was taken by Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar at a meeting, attended by food ministers and secretaries of both provinces, on November 4, 2019. Mr Buzdar said that Punjab would fulfill flour needs of the KP and that the decision to restore the flour supply has been as a goodwill gesture for the people of the KP province.
• The flour supply to the KP would regularly be monitored and chief minister also ordered the establishment of a joint committee of the two provinces to monitor the steps taken.

6. US rocket launched to bring NASA cargo to Int’l Space Station

• US rocket was launched on Saturday from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, carrying cargo with the space agency’s resupply mission for the International Space Station (ISS).
• The Antares rocket built by Northrop Grumman lifted off at 9:59 a.m. EDT, carrying the Cygnus cargo spacecraft to the ISS.
• The spacecraft successfully separated from the rocket about nine minutes after the blastoff, flying on its way to the space station, according to NASA’s live broadcast. The spacecraft is expected to dock with the space station early Monday morning, according to NASA.
• The spacecraft carried about 8,200 pounds (3,719 kg) of supplies and scientific experiments to the station.

7. First UK deep coal mine in decades to go ahead

• Plans for the UK’s first deep coal mine in decades will go ahead after the government decided not to intervene.
• West Cumbria Mining said the new mine – near the site of the former Haig Colliery in Whitehaven which shut in 1986 – would create 500 jobs.
• Cumbria county councillors gave it the go-ahead in March, but this sparked a number of objections, including a call for government scrutiny.
• The Woodhouse Colliery would extract coking coal from the seabed off St Bees, with a processing plant on the former Marchon site at Kells.

8. AI recognition tech drones to help find missing people

• Police Scotland has unveiled a new aerial drone system to help in searches for missing and vulnerable people.
• The remotely-piloted aircraft system (RPAS) can see things we can’t to try to work out where people are.
• It uses advanced cameras and neural computer networks to spot someone it is looking for – from “a speck” up to 150 metres away.
• Its recognition software is compact enough to be run on a phone, with the technology learning as it goes.

9. Boeing successfully tests Starliner space capsule abort system

• Boeing`s Starliner crew capsule successfully performed an emergency abort test on November 4, 2019, meeting a key requirement before it can take US astronauts to the International Space Station as early as next year.
• The test took place in the New Mexico desert at the White Sands Missile Range and lasted around 95 seconds.
• The Starliner was set on a small launch pad with four engines to simulate an emergency in which the capsule attached to the top of a rocket would need to quickly separate to bring the astronauts safely back to Earth.
• Its four engines ignited and blasted the Starliner at full speed to the sky. After 20 seconds its parachutes deployed and the spacecraft gently drifted to the ground, landing on the desert floor cushioned by large air bags.

10. Djokovic sends warning to rivals with Paris Masters title

• World number one Novak Djokovic saw off Canadian Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 6-4 to win a record-extending fifth Paris Masters title on Sunday in a warning to his rivals ahead of the ATP Finals.
• The Serbian f aced only one break point in another impressive display to claim a 34th career Masters title against world number 28 Shapovalov, who was playing his first final at that level.
• `It was his first Masters final so in a way experience prevailed. But I played very solidly today. Maybe he lost his focus a bit.

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